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Restaurant and Catering Industry

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  • Ruling Bel Air's Main Street sidewalks

    Ruling Bel Air's Main Street sidewalks
    Walk along either side of Main Street in downtown Bel Air on a sunny summer afternoon, and you'll see walkers and bicycle riders making their way past planters, benches, sandwich board signs, flags, banners and outdoor cafe tables and chairs placed on the...
  • Chamber of Commerce designing Towson app

    Chamber of Commerce designing Towson app
    In the next few months, it will be a snap to find entertainment news and venues in Towson thanks to the Towson Chamber of Commerce. The chamber is designing an online application, a one-stop shop of everything you want to know about what's happening, who'...
  • Iggies, the Mount Vernon pizza cafe, has been sold

    Iggies, the Mount Vernon pizza cafe, has been sold
    The Mount Vernon BYOB pizza cafe Iggies has been sold.  The business was purchased from longtime owners Lisa Heckman and Peter Wood by Jim Pak, a retired pharmacist. Pak took over the operations at Iggies on July 22, but Wood will remain on board as a...
  • Towson's new theater protects a somber link to town's past

    Towson's new theater protects a somber link to town's past
    Towson's brand-new movie palace comes with all the accouterments of modern filmgoing: 15 tiered auditoriums, floor-to-ceiling screens, leather seats, even a choice of wines. But the Cinemark theater, which opened July 10, also offers guests an...
  • Pizza gains sophistication in Baltimore

    Pizza gains sophistication in Baltimore
    When Edward Bosco and Marianne Kresevich decided to open a pizza restaurant, they didn't choose his hometown of Brooklyn, N.Y. And they didn't pick Chicago, where they were living at the time. Instead, the husband and wife moved to Baltimore and opened...
  • NAACP, labor union claim racial inequality in BWI airport restaurant hiring

    NAACP, labor union claim racial inequality in BWI airport restaurant hiring
    Racial disparities in the restaurant labor force of BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport are hurting African-American employees and contributing to poverty in Baltimore, according to a study released Monday by the national labor organization Unite Here....
  • Nelson Carey, Grand Cru wine bar owner, dies at 50

    Nelson Carey, Grand Cru wine bar owner, dies at 50
    All day Tuesday, they came to the Grand Cru wine bar with swollen red eyes, hugging one another and trying to make sense of the loss of a good friend and boss. They lifted a glass and reminisced about Nelson Carey, the genial and worldly publican of...
  • Once a 'little dive,' Chaps now a pit beef legend

    Once a 'little dive,' Chaps now a pit beef legend
    Bob Creager opened his tiny pit beef stand in the parking lot of a Southeast Baltimore nightclub in 1987. The stand had no electricity. Creager had never run a business. And the former steelworker had no idea how to cook pit beef. "I was struggling,"...
  • Tracing success of Green Spring Station through generations [Lutherville-Timonium]

    Tracing success of Green Spring Station through generations [Lutherville-Timonium]
    I've been going to Green Spring Station my entire life. As a kid in the 1980s, I visited the Nut Farm for their popcorn and snacks, Harvey's for burgers and cottage fries, and Greenspring Raquet Club for tennis lessons. As an adult, Green Spring Station...
  • Delivering brick oven, and pizza, to Catonsville

    Delivering brick oven, and pizza, to Catonsville
    Two childhood friends who share a passion for food have joined forces to begin their own mobile brick oven pizza company in the Catonsville area. When Megan Lanasa and Trey Kirby, both 27, saw a need for a brick oven pizza restaurant in Catonsville,...
  • Yasmine Allen charts a medical career course [North Laurel/Savage]

    Yasmine Allen charts a medical career course [North Laurel/Savage]
    Watch out, world, for Yasmine Allen. This young lady may only be going into 10th grade but she is quite impressive. She has set up an internship to work with a local plastic surgeon. Yasmine hopes to become a reconstructive facial surgeon. She is active...
  • 100 years later, DiPasquale's grocery keeps family food tradition going

    100 years later, DiPasquale's grocery keeps family food tradition going
    Sometime in 1914, Luigi DiPasquale, who had left his home of Abruzzi, Italy, came to Baltimore and opened a corner store in Highlandtown. Ever the entrepreneur, he butchered and sold meats and also sold live goats tethered in the backyard. This week I...